Yadanar Man Aung Pagoda : Shan State, Myanmar

Yadanar Man Aung Pagoda is known to be one of the five most revered “Man” paya of Mrauk U. This Pagoda is known to be one of the five most revered pagodas in Mrauk U. The five revered “Man” payas of Mrauk U are Lawka Man Aung. Zeenat Man Aung. Sakkya Man Aung. Mingalar Man Aung and Yadanar Man Aung. In Myanmar known as “Man Ngar Par”.

Yadanar Man Aung Pagoda is the oldest and most important Buddhist shrine in Nyaungshwe, this handsome gilded stupa is hidden away inside a square compound south of the Mingala Market.

The stepped stupa is unique in Myanmar, and the surrounding pavilion contains a museum of treasures amassed by the monks over the centuries, including carvings, lacquerware and dance costumes.

Located about half a mile on the east side of Yadanarpon Pagoda, Yadanar Man Aung Pagoda is the octagonal shaped pagoda built in A.D. 1652.

Yadanar Man Aung Pagoda
Address: Nyaungshwe, Shan State, Myanmar (Burma)




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